Personal page of Lubomír Adamec

CURRICULUM VITAE

Born: 1958

Position: Research Scientist (contact: adamec@butbn.cas.cz)

Office address: Institute of Botany of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Section of Plant Ecology, Dukelská 135, CZ-379 82 Třeboň, Czech Republic

Academic degrees:

1982 M.Sc. Plant Physiology, Charles Univ., Prague, Czechosl.

1982 RNDr. Plant Physiology, Charles Univ., Prague, Czechosl.

1988 PhD. Plant Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences

Positions held:

1982-1986: Postgraduate Studentship, Institute of Experimental Botany, Prague

1986-1988: Research Assistent, Institute of Botany, Třeboň, CR

1988-present: Research Scientist, Institute of Botany, Třeboň, CR

Professional Societies:

Czech Botanical Society, Czech Soc. Exper. Biol. Plant (Prague)

Research:

Plant membrane permeability for ions and water relation in plant cells.

Cellular and organ electrophysiology of intact higher plants.

Photoperiodic flower induction in Chenopodium rubrum.

Ecology and physiology of photosynthesis of aquatic plants (alkalization of ambient media, CO2/HCO3- use).

Correlation between photosynthesis and mineral ion uptake by leaves in aquatic plants.

Photosynthesis of aquatic carnivorous plants.

Ecophysiology of Aldrovanda vesiculosa L.

Ecophysiology of turions of aquatic carnivorous plants.

Mineral nutrition and ecophysiology in carnivorous plants.

Ecophysiology of Sphagnum mosses.

Leaf whorls of an aquatic carnivorous plant

Aldrovanda vesiculosa with captured prey

(see www.bestcarnivorousplants.com/aldrovanda/).

 

Aldrovanda vesiculosa flowering at an

artificial site at Karstejn, S Bohemia,

Czech Republic, August 2001.

 

Genlisea violacea (Lentibulariaceae) traps

were used for ecophysiological study.

 

Roots of carnivorous plants used for

ecophysiological research.

 

Utricularia vulgaris traps – model material

for studying enzymatic activities and pH in

the fluid inside the traps.

 

Turions of Utricularia bremii were used for

respiration study.

 

 

Young, germinating sporophytes of an

aquatic fern Isoetes lacustris from outdoor

culture.

 

Potamogeton praelongus propagated in

rescue culture for re-introduction.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (publications labelled in red colour are on-line):

  • Adamec L., 1984. The effect of plasmolysis and deplasmolysis on the permeability of plant membranes. Biol. Plant. 26: 128-131.

  • Adamec L., 1988. Použití elektrofyziologických charakteristik při studiu vývojových procesů u rostlin. [The use of electrophysiological parameters in studying the plant developmental processes]. In Czech. Biol. listy 53: 268-289.

  • Adamec L., 1989. The comparison between membrane and transorgan electric potentials in Chenopodium rubrum: The methods. Biol. Plant. 31: 327-335.

  • Adamec L., Krekule J., 1989. Changes in membrane potential in Chenopodium rubrum during the course of photoperiodic flower induction. Biol. Plant. 31: 336-343.

  • Adamec L., Krekule J., 1989. Changes in transorgan electric potential in Chenopodium rubrum during the course of photoperiodic flower induction. Biol. Plant. 31: 344-353.

  • Adamec L., Macháčková I., Krekule J., Nováková M., 1989. Electric current inhibits flowering in the short-day plant Chenopodium rubrum L. J. Plant Physiol. 134: 43-46.

  • Macháčková I., Adamec L., Pospíšková-Nováková M., Krekule J., 1989. The inhibitory action of an electric current on the flowering of short day plant Chenopodium rubrum L. - Timing and localization of the effect. In: Krekule J., Seidlová F. (eds.), Signals in Plant Development. pp. 119-127. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

  • Adamec L., Ondok J. P., 1992. Water alkalization due to photosynthesis of aquatic plants: the dependence on total alkalinity. Aquat. Bot. 43: 93-98.

  • Adamec L., Dušáková K., Jonáčková M., 1992.Growth effects of mineral nutrients applied to the substrate or onto the leaves in four carnivorous plant species. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 20/21: 18-24. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1993. Rapid inhibition of HCO3- use by high concentration of free CO2 in Elodea canadensis. Aquat. Bot. 45: 311-324.

  • Adamec L., Husák Š., Janauer G. A., Oťaheľová H., 1993. Phytosociological and ecophysiological study of macrophytes in backwaters in the Danube river inundation area near Palkovičovo (Slovakia). Ekológia (Bratislava) 12: 69-79.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Photosynthetic inorganic carbon use by aquatic carnivorous plants. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 24: 50-53. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1995. Ecological requirements and the European distribution of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. Folia Geobot. Phytotax. (Prague) 30: 53-61.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Ecological requirements of Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. Testing of its new potential sites in the Czech Republic. Acta Bot. Gall. 142: 673-680.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Ecophysiological study of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. Acta Bot. Gall. 142: 681-684.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Photosynthetic inorganic carbon use by aquatic carnivorous plants. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 24: 50-53.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Oxygen budget in the traps of Utricularia australis. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 24: 42-45.

  • Adamec L., 1995. Oxygen budget in the traps of Utricularia australis. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 24: 42-45. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1996. The growth of carnivorous plants on an acidified fen soil. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 25: 7-10. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1996. The growth of carnivorous plants on an acidified fen soil. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 25: 7-10.

  • Kaminski R., Adamec L., Breckpot C., 1996. Report on recent sites of Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Droseraceae) in Poland. Fragm. Flor. Geobot. (Kraków) 41: 291-294.

  • Adamec L., 1997. Relations between K+ uptake and photosynthetic uptake of inorganic carbon by aquatic plants. Biol. Plant. 39: 599-606. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1997. Mineral nutrition of carnivorous plants: A review. Bot. Rev. 63: 273-299.

  • Adamec L., 1997. How to grow Aldrovanda vesiculosa outdoors. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 26: 85-88.

  • Adamec L., Tichý M., 1997. Flowering of Aldrovanda vesiculosa in outdoor culture in the Czech Republic and isozyme variability of its European populations. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 26: 99-103.

  • Adamec L., 1997. Photosynthetic characteristics of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Aquat. Bot. 59: 297-306.

  • Adamec L., 1997. Will the rare aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa survive in Europe? Aquaphyte (Gainesville) 17: 4-5.

  • Adamec L., 1999. Further notes on flowering and seed set of Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Flytrap News (Sydney, NSW) 12(4): 9-12.

  • Adamec L., 1999. Seasonal growth dynamics and overwintering of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa at experimental field sites. Folia Geobot. 34: 287-297. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Lev J., 1999. The introduction of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa to new potential sites in the Czech Republic: A five-year investigation. Folia Geobot. 34: 299-305. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1999. Turion overwintering of aquatic carnivorous plants. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 28: 19-24. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 1999. The biology and cultivation of red Australian Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 28: 128-132. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2000. Rootless aquatic plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa: physiological polarity, mineral nutrition, and importance of carnivory. Biol. Plant. 43: 113-119. (pdf version)

  • Raspopov I. M., Adamec L., Husák Š., 2000. Long-term aspects of aquatic macrophytes in two bays of Lake Ladoga of different nutrient status. In: Peltonen A., Grönlund E., Viljanen M. (eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Lake Ladoga Symposium 1999. Publ. of Karelian Inst. No. 129, University of Joensuu, Finland, pp. 148-151.

  • Adamec A., Pásek K., 2000. Medium optimization for growing Aldrovanda vesiculosa in vitro. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 29: 122-124. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2000. Summary of CO2 enrichment for aquatic CPs. Flytrap News (Sydney, N.S.W.) 13 (4): 14-15.

  • Adamec A., Pásek K., 2000. Medium optimization for growing Aldrovanda vesiculosa in vitro. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 29: 122-124.

  • Masojídek J., Pechar L., Koblížek M., Adamec L., Komenda J., 2001. Affinity of surface phytoplankton populations to high irradiance in hypertrophic fish ponds: implications of the competition between chlorococcal algae and cyanobacteria. Nova Hedw., Beih. 123: 255-273.

  • M. Oliur Rahman, Lubomír Adamec, Katsuhiko Kondo, 2001. Chromosome numbers of Utricularia bremii and Utricularia dimorphantha (Lentibulariaceae). Chromosome Science 5: 105–108. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Lev J., 2002. Ecological differences between Utricularia ochroleuca and U. intermedia habitats. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 31: 14-18.

  • Adamec L., 2002. Leaf absorption of mineral nutrients in carnivorous plants stimulates root nutrient uptake. New Phytol. 155: 89-100. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Husák Š., 2002. Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil in NNR Břehyňský fishpond near Doksy, Czech Republic. J. Aquat. Plant Manage. 40: 45-46.

  • Raspopov I. M., Adamec L., Husák Š., 2002. Influence of aquatic macrophytes on the littoral zone habitats of the Lake Ladoga, NW Russia. Preslia 74: 315-321. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Kondo K., 2002. Optimization of medium for growing the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa in vitro. Plant Biotechnol. 19: 283-286.

  • Adamec L., Lev J., 2002. Ecological differences between Utricularia ochroleuca and U. intermedia habitats. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 31: 14-18. (pdf version)

  • -- Adamec L., 2003. . Zero water flows in the carnivorous genus Genlisea. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 32: 46-48. (pdf version)

  • Maldonado San Martín A. P., Adamec L., Suda J., Mes T. H. M., Štorchová H., 2003. Genetic variation within the endangered species Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Droseraceae) as revealed by RAPD analysis. Aquat.Bot. 75: 159-172. (pdf version)

  • Sirová D., Adamec L., Vrba J., 2003. Enzymatic activities in traps of four aquatic species of the carnivorous genus Utricularia. New Phytol. 159: 669-675. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2003. Ecophysiological comparison of green Polish and red Australian plants of Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Carniflora Aust. 1: 4-17.

  • Adamec L., 2003. Ecophysiological characterization of dormancy states in turions of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Biol. Plant. 47: 395-402. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2005. Ecophysiological characterization of carnivorous plant roots: oxygen fluxes, respiration, and water exudation. Biol. Plant. 49: 247-255. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2005. Ten Years after the Introduction of Aldrovanda vesiculosa to the Czech Republic. Acta Botanica Gallica 152: 239-245. (doc version)

  • Adamec L., Kovářová M., 2006. Field growth characteristics of two aquatic carnivorous plants, Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia australis. Folia Geobot. 41: 395-406. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2006. Respiration and photosynthesis of bladders and leaves of aquatic Utricularia species. Plant Biol. 8: 765-769. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Lichtscheidl I. K., Peroutka M., Adlassnig W., Vrba J., 2006. Fluorescence labelling of phosphatase activity in digestive glands of carnivorous plants. Plant Biol. 8: 813-820. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Gastinel L., Schlauer J., 2006. Plumbagin content in Aldrovanda vesiculosa shoots. Carniv. Plant Newslett. 35: 52-55. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Kohout P., Beneš K., 2006. . Root anatomy of three carnivorous plant species. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 35: 19-22. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2007. Investment in carnivory in Utricularia stygia and U. intermedia with dimorphic shoots. Preslia 79: 127-139. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Adamec L., 2007. Differentiation of Utricularia ochroleuca and U. stygia populations in Třeboň basin, on the basis of quadrifid glands. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 36: 87-95. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2007. Oxygen concentrations inside the traps of the carnivorous plants Utricularia and Genlisea (Lentibulariaceae). Ann. Bot. 100: 849-856. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2007. Micronutrient content does not reflect the status of health in the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Biologia 62: 711-714. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2008. Soil fertilization enhances growth of the carnivorous plant Genlisea violacea. Biologia 63/2: 201—203. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2008. The influence of prey capture on photosynthetic rate in two aquatic carnivorous plant species. Aquatic Botany 89: 66–70. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2008. Respiration of turions and winter apices in aquatic carnivorous plants. Biologia 63/4: 515—520. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2008. SURVIVAL OF DRIED TURIONS OF AQUATIC CARNIVOROUS PLANTS. Carniv. Plant. Newslett. (Fullerton) 37: 52-56. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2008. Mineral nutrient relations in the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis and its investment in carnivory. Fund. Appl. Limnol. 171/3: 175–183. (pdf version)

  • Dagmara Sirová, Jakub Borovec, Barbora Černá, Eliška Rejmánková, Lubomír Adamec, Jaroslav Vrba, 2009. Microbial community development in the traps of aquatic Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 90: 129–136. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2009. Photosynthetic CO2 affinity of the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis(Lentibulariaceae) and its investment in carnivory. Ecol Res 24: 327–333. (pdf version)

  • Tomáš Hájek, Lubomír Adamec, 2009. Mineral nutrient economy in competing species of Sphagnum mosses. Ecol Res 24: 291–302. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Huet H., 2009. Mineral nutrient uptake from prey and glandular phosphatase activity as a dual test of carnivory in semi-desert plants with glandular leaves suspected of carnivory. Ann. Bot. 104: 649–654. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2009. ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION ON DROSOPHYLLUM LUSITANICUM: WHY DOESN’T THE PLANT DRY OUT? Carniv. Plant Newslett. 38: 71-74. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Pásek K., 2009. Photosynthetic CO2 affinity of aquatic carnivorous plants growing under nearly-natural conditions and in vitro. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 38: 107-113. (pdf version)

  • Tomáš Hájek, Lubomír Adamec, 2010. Photosynthesis and dark respiration of leaves of terrestrial carnivorous plants. Biologia 65/1: 69—74. (pdf version)

  • Hosam O.M. Elansary, Lubomír Adamec, Helena Štorchová, 2010. Uniformity of organellar DNA in Aldrovanda vesiculosa, an endangered aquatic carnivorous species, distributed across four continents. Aquat. Bot. 92: 214–220. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2010. Dark respiration of leaves and traps of terrestrial carnivorous plants: are there greater energetic costs in traps? Cent. Eur. J. Biol. 5(1): 121–124. (pdf version)

  • Dagmara Sirová, Jakub Borovec, Hana Šantrůčková, Jiří Šantrůček, Jaroslav Vrba, Lubomír Adamec, 2010. Utricularia carnivory revisited: plants supply photosynthetic carbon to traps. Journal of Experimental Botany 61/1: 99–103. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, Dagmara Sirová, Jaroslav Vrba, Eliška Rejmánková, 2010. Enzyme production in the traps of aquatic Utricularia species. Biologia 65/2: 273—278. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec , Dagmara Sirová and Jaroslav Vrba, 2010. Contrasting growth effects of prey capture in two aquatic carnivorous plant species. Fundam. Appl. Limnol., Arch. Hydrobiol. Vol. 176/2, 153–160 (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2010. Tissue mineral nutrient content in turions of aquatic plants: does it represent a storage function? Fundam. Appl. Limnol., Arch. Hydrobiol. Vol. 176/2, 145–151 (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2010. Field Growth Analysis of Utricularia stygia and U. intermedia Two Aquatic Carnivorous Plants with Dimorphic Shoots. Phyton 49: 241—251. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2010. Mineral cost of carnivory in aquatic carnivorous plants Flora 205: 618-621. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2010.Ecophysiological look at organ respiration in carnivorous plants: A review. In: Osterhoudt G., Barhydt J. (eds.), Cell Respiration and Cell Survival: Processes, Types and Effects. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, pp. 225-235. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2011. The comparison of mechanically stimulated and spontaneous firings in traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species, Aquatic Botany 94 (2011) 44–49. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2011. Adamec L., 2011. Ecophysiological look at plant carnivory: Why are plants carnivorous? In: Seckbach J., Dubinski Z. (eds.), All Flesh is Grass. Plant-Animal Interrelationships. Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology Vol. 16. Springer Science + Business Media B. V., Dordrecht - Heidelberg - London - New York, pp. 455-489. (pdf version)

  • Lubomír Adamec, 2011. By which mechanism does prey capture enhance plant growth in aquatic carnivorous plants: Stimulation of shoot apex?, Fundam. Appl. Limnol. Vol. 178/2, 171–176. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Vrba J., Sirová D., 2011. Fluorescence tagging of phosphatase and chitinase activity on different structures of Utricularia traps. Carniv. Plant Newslett. 40: 68-73. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2011. Shoot branching of the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis as the key process of plant growth. Phyton 51: 133-148. (pdf version)

  • Sirová D., Borovec J., Picek T., Adamec L., Nedbalová L., Vrba J., 2011. Ecological implications of organic carbon dynamics in the traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia plants. Funct. Plant Biol. 38: 583-593. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2011. The smallest but fastest: Ecophysiological characteristics of traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia. Plant Signal. Behav. 6: 640-646. (pdf version)

  • Prausová R., Janová J., Adamec L., 2011.Rescue of the critically endangered long-stalked pondweed (Potamogeton praelongus) in the Czech Republic. Acta Biol. Sloven. 54: 43-54. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2011.Functional characteristics of traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 95: 226-233. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2011.Dark respiration and photosynthesis of dormant and sprouting turions of aquatic plants. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 179: 151-158.(pdf version)

  • Ellison A. M., Adamec L., 2011.Ecophysiological traits of terrestrial and aquatic carnivorous plants: are the costs and benefits the same? Oikos 120: 1721-1731. (pdf version)

  • Król E., Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Stolarz M., Dziubińska H., Trębacz K., 2012.Quite a few reasons for calling carnivores ‘the most wonderful plants in the world’. Ann. Bot. 109: 47-64. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Łukaszek M., Wołowski K., Adamec L., Stolarczyk P., 2012.Aging of Utricularia traps and variability of microorganisms associated with that microhabitat. Aquat. Bot. 97: 44-48. (pdf version)

  • Guitton Y., Legendre L., Adamec L., 2012.Mineral nutrition in hydroponically-grown Pinguicula. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Pinole) 41: 8-15. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2012. News in ecophysiological research on aquatic Utricularia traps. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Pinole) 41: 92-104. (pdf version)

  • Macek P., Klimeš L., Adamec L., Doležal J., Chlumská Z., de Bello F., Dvorský M., Řeháková K., 2012.Plant nutrient content does not simply increase with elevation under the extreme environmental conditions of Ladakh, NW Himalaya. Arctic Antarctic Alpine Res. 44: 62–66. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2012. Why do aquatic carnivorous plants prefer growing in dystrophic waters? Acta Biol. Sloven. 55: 3-8. (pdf version)

  • Borovec J., Sirová D., Adamec L., 2012.Light as a factor affecting the concentration of simple organics in the traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 181: 159-166. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2012.Firing and resetting characteristics of carnivorous Utricularia reflexa traps: Physiological or only physical regulation of trap triggering? Phyton 52: 281-290. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2013.Foliar mineral nutrient uptake in carnivorous plants: what do we know and what should we know? Front. Plant Sci. 4: 10. (pdf version)

  • Kitner M., Prausová R., Adamec L., 2013.Present status of genetic diversity of Potamogeton praelongus populations in the Czech Republic. Phyton 53: 73-86. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Kučerová A., 2013. Overwintering temperatures affect freezing temperatures of turions of aquatic plants. Flora 208: 497-501. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2013. A comparison of photosynthetic and respiration rates in six aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species differing in morphology. Aquat. Bot. 111: 89–94. (pdf version)

  • Lamont E. E., Sivertsen R., Doyle C., Adamec L., 2013. Extant populations of Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Droseraceae) in the New World. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 140: 517–522. (pdf version)

  • Pavlovič A., Krausko M., Libiaková M., Adamec L., 2014. Feeding on prey increases photosynthetic efficiency in the carnivorous sundew Drosera capensis. Ann. Bot. 113: 69-78. (pdf version)

  • Beretta M., Rodondi G., Adamec L., Andreis C., 2014. Pollen morphology of European bladderworts (Utricularia L., Lentibulariaceae). Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 205: 22-30. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2014. Different reutilization of mineral nutrients in senescent leaves of aquatic and terrestrial carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 119: 1-6. (pdf version)

  • Sirová D., Šantrůček J., Adamec L., Bárta J., Borovec J., Pech J., Owens S. M., Šantrůčková H., Schäufele R., Štorchová H., Vrba J., 2014. Dinitrogen fixation associated with shoots of aquatic carnivorous plants: is it ecologically important? Ann. Bot. 114: 125-133. (pdf version)

  • Veleba A., Bureš P., Adamec L., Šmarda P, Lipnerová I., Horová L., 2014. Genome size and genomic GC content evolution in the miniature genome-sized family Lentibulariaceae. New Phytol. 203: 22-28. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Kozieradzka-Kiszkurno M., Świątek P., Kamińska I. 2014. Cytochemical and ultrastructural aspects of aquatic carnivorous plant turions. Protoplasma 251: 1449-1454. (pdf version)

  • Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Kamińska I., 2014 Relationship between trap anatomy and function in Australian carnivorous bladderworts (Utricularia) of the subgenus Polypompholyx. Aquat. Bot. 120: 290-296. (pdf version)

  • Appenroth K. J., Adamec L., 2015 Specific turion yields of different clones of Spirodela polyrhiza depend on external phosphate thresholds. Plant Biol. 17 (Suppl 1): 125-129. (pdf version)

  • Bárta J., Stone J. D., Pech J., Sirová D., Adamec L., Campbell M. A., Štorchová H., 2015. The transcriptome of Utricularia vulgaris, a rootless plant with minimalist genome, reveals extreme alternative splicing and only moderate sequence similarity with Utricularia gibba. BMC Plant Biol. 15: 78. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2015. Regulation of the investment in carnivory in three aquatic Utricularia species: CO2 or prey availability? Phyton 55: 131-148. (pdf version)

  • Cross A. T., Skates L. M., Adamec L., Hammond C. M., Sheridan P. M., Dixon K. W., 2015. Population ecology of the endangered aquatic carnivorous macrophyte Aldrovanda vesiculosa at a naturalised site in North America. Freshwater Biol. 60: 1772-1783. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Fleischmann A., Pásek K., 2015. Biology of the trapless rheophytic Utricularia neottioides : Is it possible to grow this specialized species in cultivation? Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 44: 104-114. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2015. Soil pH values at sites of terrestrial carnivorous plants in south-west Europe. Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 44: 185-188. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2015. Is long-term survival of dried turions of aquatic carnivorous plants possible? Carniv. Plant Newslett. (Fullerton) 44: 189-194. (pdf version)

  • Pavlovič A., Krausko M., Adamec L., 2016. A carnivorous sundew plant prefers protein over chitin as a source of nitrogen from its traps. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 104: 11-16. (pdf version)

  • Cross A. T., Adamec L., Turner S. R., Dixon K. W., Merritt D. J., 2016. Seed reproductive biology of the rare aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa (Droseraceae). Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 180: 515-529. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2016. Mineral nutrition in aquatic carnivorous plants: effect of carnivory, nutrient reutilization and K+ uptake. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 188: 41-49. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., Poppinga S., 2016. Measurement of the critical negative pressure inside traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 133: 10-16. (pdf version)

  • Masi E., Ciszak M., Colzi I., Adamec L., Mancuso S., 2016. Resting electrical network activity in traps of the aquatic carnivorous plants of the genera Aldrovanda and Utricularia. Sci. Rep. 6: e24989. (pdf version)

  • Šimura J., Spíchal L., Adamec L., Pěnčík A., Rolčík J., Novák O., Strnad M., 2016. Cytokinin, auxin and physiological polarity in the aquatic carnivorous plants Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia australis. Ann. Bot. 117: 1037-1044. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2016. The morphometry of quadrifid digestive glands in traps of three Utricularia species: Does gland size correlate with trap size? Phyton 56: 27-38. (pdf version)

  • Adamec L., 2016. European aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species – record-holders, but vanishing beauties of our nature. Danube News (Vienna) 18: 12-14. (pdf version)

  • Maglovski M., Gregorová Z., Rybanský Ľ., Mészáros P., Moravčíková J., Hauptvogel P., Adamec L., Matušíková I., 2017. Nutrition supply affects the activity of pathogenesis-related ß-1,3-glucanases and chitinases in wheat. Plant Growth Regul. 81: 443–453. (pdf version)

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